REVIEW OF STUDIES CONCERNING EFFECTS OF UNBOUND CRUSHED CONCRETE BASES ON PCC PAVEMENT DRAINAGE

@inproceedings{Snyder1996REVIEWOS,
  title={REVIEW OF STUDIES CONCERNING EFFECTS OF UNBOUND CRUSHED CONCRETE BASES ON PCC PAVEMENT DRAINAGE},
  author={Mark Bennett Snyder and James Bruinsma},
  year={1996}
}
Recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) products are sometimes used as replacements for virgin aggregate products in concrete pavement structures. Recent concerns have centered on the deposit of RCA-associated fines and precipitate suspected of reducing the drainage capacity of RCA base layers and associated drainage systems. Environmental concerns have focused on the relatively high pH of the effluent produced by untreated RCA base layers. Several studies have examined these concerns and others; the… CONTINUE READING

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